The OECD short-term economic (STES) indicators provide a basis for macroeconomic analysis, short to medium-term forecasting and economic modeling for a number of internal OECD users and the general public.
The OECD Short-term Economic Statistics collection includes monthly and quarterly statistics for all OECD members and Key Partners on:
Content may be evolving slowly and reflected in annual updates of the STES SDMX package. The OECD will make an effort to reengineer ad-hoc legacy STES data collections into an SDMX-based collection in collaboration with national statistical offices and central banks, and whenever possible rely on overlapping international data collections related to short-term economic statistics.
STES 3.1 is now available. This new version includes a few new CL_SUBJECT, CL_UNIT and CL_ACTIVITY codes that were missing in the previous version.
In addition to the STES 3.0 package the STES 3.1 package, in SDMX 2.1, contains explicitly defined dataflow artefacts and cube region constraints for the flows to help validation and flow management.
To simplify importing artefacts, all artefacts (the concept scheme, the STES DSD, and the INFRA_ANNUAL_LABOUR DSD) and the supporting documents (the mappings from version 2.0 to version 3.1, the STES DSD matrix, and the STES SDMX Guidelines 3.1) are packaged together. Please find the SDMX-ML 2.0 package here, and the SDMX-ML 2.1 package here.
In December 2016, the OECD released its revised package for Short-term Economic Statistics SDMX artifacts. The OECD STES SDMX package with version number 3.0 consists of:
All the above mentioned files are compressed into one package.